McEnany gives props to Elon Musk for bucking the ‘elite’: We need more entrepreneurs in the swamp

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The wealthy, elitist Left will simply never surrender their fantastical hill, atop which would stand a sign declaring that the rich but politically-disagreeable elites don’t pay their fair share in taxes.

On Fox News’ “Hannity” Thursday, Fox News host Kayleigh McEnany expressed her admiration of tech and space exploration mogul, Elon Musk, in the hopes he might become a fountainhead in politics as well.

“I think when you look at wokeism – which is a very powerful drug – this is a man who said, ‘I’m not going to be a billionaire elite. I’m not going to just say what is woke, say what is liberal, say what is expected of me. I’m going to just be me.’ And he’s doing just that,” the former White House press secretary said.

A recent Twitter feud broke out between the Tesla CEO and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), as it seems the latter was none too fond of the fact that Time magazine named Musk the “Person of the Year.”

Warren bravely took to Twitter to put in her two cents:

“Let’s change the rigged tax code so ‘Person of the Year’ will actually pay taxes and stop freeloading off everyone else.”

But as the Jim Croce song warns, you shouldn’t tug on Superman’s cape, Liz. Especially if Superman is smarter than you.

McEnany told Hannity, “I was in the swamp. I happened to work for a non-politician President Donald J. Trump, the greatest president of our time. We need more people like Elon Musk getting in the game, and he might just be doing that.”

She concluded, “So hey, Elon Musk, you may have a political future. We need more people like you, entrepreneurs in the swamp. It takes a lot of courage to go there and leave what’s comfortable, and he may be doing that.”

In terms of who-pays-what to the federal government, here’s one of many distillations that Twitter warriors refuse to acknowledge. Why would they even attempt to understand the basics of economics? Most proponents (they’ll have to look that word up, unless Webster’s Dictionary has redefined it) of higher taxes are too young to work and don’t own anything yet.


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